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Week In Review: Edward S. Lampert: What's Really Left at Sears?

Week In Review

August 22

Mass and Off-Price

Edward S. Lampert: What's Really Left at Sears?

Q2 profits boosted by asset sales, but core retail operations still a problem.

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Financial

Apparel Makes a Comeback After Long, Sluggish Haul

After years of lackluster apparel sales, the tides might be changing as a handful of retailers across the sector are noting improvement in women’s wear.

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Financial

As Apparel Shines at Target, Retailer Raises Full-Year Profit Outlook

Strength in apparel and home-related categories in the second quarter pushed sales and earnings up at Target Corp., which forced the retailer to revise its full-year profit outlook.

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Fashion

Trendsetters From the Las Vegas Trade Shows

All kind of add-ons, from straw hats to western belts and cuff bracelets were on trend at the trade shows in Vegas.

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Skin Care

Jessica Alba Launches Honest Beauty

Fashion Features

Barneys: Made in New York

Fashion

Ryan Seacrest's Growing Macy's Line

Financial

AEO Results Transcend a Troubled Sector

Trends

Back-to-School Style: New York City vs. Los Angeles

Mass

Wal-Mart's Digital Shift Won't Be Cheap or Quick

Technology

Hard Labor at Amazon? Wall Street Shrugs

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